Occupational Health & Safety

More than 300,000,000 - that is the number of on-the-job accidents worldwide in the year 2008. A horrible figure in light of the many lives that have been affected, but also alarming in respect of the costs organizations have to bear on account of working time lost - not to mention the burden placed on social systems for treatment and disability payments and also the employee personal loss of time and money.

At the same time, an increasing number of companies throughout the world choose to implement occupational health and safety management systems. And where that happens, the number and severity of on-the-job accidents and job-related health damage are in sharp decline. In these companies, workplace health and safety is considered a management responsibility, in order to take better care of employees and to set an example for others. Simultaneously, corporate perspective is shifting more and more towards a process oriented, holistic view of jobs and work flows, now viewing them from a quality, environmental, and workplace safety standpoint. OHSAS is in the process of converting to International standard ISO 45001 and expected release by March 2018. Currently it is under Final Draft International Standard referred back to member National Standard bodies  - stage 50:20 

We are offering accredited certificate with Right accreditation Board for OHSA 18001 globally